November 18 ~ Gifts for Dads & Grandpas

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It can be truly difficult to find a perfect handcrafted gift for dads and grandpas, but we think one of these ideas is sure to hit the right crafting and giving note with some of the men in your life… Don’t forget to comment each day to WIN prizes, and tweet #handmadeholidays anytime this week for a chance to win a $20 gift certificate to Sew,Mama,Sew!

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Check out this stylish Driver’s Cap from Ashley at Bandy Canyon. It’s a simple project that any guy would appreciate.
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Amy of Positively Splendid designed these Golf Club Headcovers for her husband and assures us that working with vinyl isn’t as difficult as one might think.
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Your guy will brighten any room with a dashing tie using Georgia’s tutorial for The Best Men’s Tie Pattern from Puking Pastilles.
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Help them carry their load a little bit easier with this Firewood Tote from Laura of We Wilsons, guest posted for Whip Up.
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We love these vintage Father & Son BBQ Aprons from 1945 which can be found on Therese’s blog, Tipnut.
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Here’s another quick and easy project perfect for those who are directionally challenged. This Iphone Navigation Holder from Kristel of Vlijtig will help them arrive safely.
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Lexie’s Tool Apron is great for a variety of projects since she makes it easy to customize according to your needs. You might also want to check out Lexi’s book:  Sew What! Bags which we gave away earlier in the month. 

You might also enjoy these related tutorials from the SMS archives: Sit Back & Relax, Write, Remember, Ties & Belts, Gifts for Sports Fans, and more Gifts for Dads.

Here are just a handful of fabrics we love for some of these projects. Click on the fabric images to visit the Sew,Mama,Sew! shop:

Buy It

spacer Handmade Men’s Soaps from Sacred Suds
Andrea of Sacred Suds allows you to customize the perfect gift set of Handmade Men’s Soaps. Each set includes any three soaps from her wide range of scents, a wooden soap dish, and is beautifully wrapped in re-usable fabric.

Mix It

spacer Christmas Stollen from Dinner with Julie
Packed with fruits and nuts, Dinner with Julie’s Christmas Stollen is a simple yet satisfying bread recipe.

Print It

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Add a touch of elegance to your gifts with these Printable Deer Gift Tags from Kellie of 74 Lime Lane.

Win It

Tweet #handmadeholidays anytime this week for a chance to win a $20 gift certificate to Sew,Mama,Sew!

Comment in today’s post for a chance to win one of these books! Visit our prize lists to see some of the other great giveaways this month.

By Kaari Meng, Marcia Ceppos, Jon Zabala
(Chronicle Books, $24.95, ISBN: 9780811868907)

From the Publisher:

French steel-cut beads, mother-of-pearl buttons, spools of vintage ribbons . . . This exquisite book showcases the decorative bits flea-market hunters dream of. Hundreds of photos reveal rare European notions from the craft community’s most beloved emporium, Tinsel Trading Company. With these vintage baubles as her inspiration, Kaari Meng shares projects that crafters can make with their own flea-market finds or with contemporary materials they have on hand: a button charm bracelet, whimsical petite prize medals, an heirloom-worthy memory book, shimmering handbags, and more. Kaari’s colorful inspiration boards lend design guidance, while her tips and resources help notion-lovers build up their stash of treasures.

By Amanda Blake Soule
(Trumpeter, $15.37, ISBN: 978-1-59030-595-9)

From the Publisher:

In Handmade Home, Amanda Blake Soule, author of The Creative Family and the blog, offers simple sewing and craft projects for the home that reflect the needs, activities, and personalities of today’s families. As Amanda writes in the introduction, “As a crafter, I’m always looking for the next thing I want to make. As a mama, I’m always looking for the next thing we need—to do, to have, to use—as a family. The coming together of these parts is where the heart of Handmade Home lies.”

Filled with thirty-three projects made by reusing and repurposing materials, all of the items here offer a practical use in the home. From picnic blankets made out of repurposed bed sheets to curtains made out of vintage handkerchiefs, these projects express the sense of making something new out of something old as a way to live a more financially pared-down and simple life; lessen our impact on the earth; connect to the past and preserve a more traditional way of life; and place value on the work of the hands. Also included are projects that children can help with, allowing them to make their own special contribution to the family home.

More than just a collection of projects for handmade items, this book offers the tools to create a life—and home—full of beauty, integrity, and joy.

Fairy Tale Knits: 32 Projects to Knit Happily Ever After
By A. Stewart-Guinee
(Wiley, $24.99, ISBN: 978-0-470-26268-9)

From the Publisher:

32 whimsical patterns for children twelve months to eight years

Two timeless traditions-fairy tales and knitting-come together magically in the season’s most original knitting book. You’ll get patterns to knit pieces that are reminiscent of the world’s most beloved fabled characters, including Cinderella, Little Red Riding Hood, Robin Hood, Hansel and Gretel, knights, pirates, and many more. From a fanciful capelet and muff to a playful baby jumper and hat, these are the children’s knitting patterns dreams are made of.

Richly wrapped in the look and feel of a real storybook, Fairy Tale Knits is saturated with lush photography and a beautiful full-color design. Whether you’re a beginner or experienced knitter, these 32 imaginative projects truly make for knitting happily ever after. You’ll get

  • 32 patterns for innovative projects kids will love to wear
  • Designs that are wearable for everyday school and play
  • A full-color design featuring lush photography

Fairy Tale Knits is a sophisticated and enchanting knitting book you and your children will turn to again and again.

Fresh Quilting: Fearless Color, Design, and Inspiration
By Malka Dubrawsky
(Interweave, $26.95, ISBN: 9781596682351)

From the Publisher:

Make a big impact and brighten up any room with fun, contemporary, and functional projects exploding with exhilarating color! Fresh Quilting presents 20 brilliant designs featuring quilt artist Malka Dubrawsky’s intoxicating color and unexpected palettes. Learn to create beautiful and lively pieces for you and your home–from modern quilts and fun pillows to a flirty bag and cute scarf. Malka will teach you how to adventurously and confidently mix colors and prints, and you’ll be inspired to infuse your own brilliant palettes into each project, and discover just how irresistible and beautiful contemporary quilting can be!

Green Grocery Bag Challenge

The Green Grocery Bag Challenge is a project to encourage sewists to wrap their holiday gifts in reusable cloth grocery bags, thus reducing the amount of wrapping paper entering the waste stream while simultaneously getting multi-use bags into the hands of consumers. Please include Mother Earth in your holiday plans. Read more here and join us on The Green Grocery Bag Challenge Facebook page where we’ll be posting wrapping ideas, sewing patterns and tips for reducing waste this holiday season.

More Handmade Holiday Ideas (& don’t miss our Handmade Holidays photo pool!)… Gift ideas for:

17 ~ Hipsters
16 ~ Pet Lovers
15 ~ College Students
14 ~ Teachers
13 ~ Foodies
12 ~ Deck the Halls
11 ~ Sleepyheads
10 ~ Travelers
9 ~ Preschool Kids
8 ~ Outdoor Adventurers
7 ~ Tweens
6 ~ Crafters
5 ~ Deck the Halls
4 ~ Moms & Grandmas
3 ~ Babies & Toddlers
2 ~ Girlfriends
1 ~ Imaginative Friends

We respect the copyright of all crafters. All links and photos from blogs on our Handmade Holidays posts are used with permission.

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556 Responses to November 18 ~ Gifts for Dads & Grandpas

  1. Cat says:

    I love those golf covers.

  2. Marguerite says:

    There’s a lot of good ideas here… men are so difficult, aren’t they?

  3. cate says:

    i’m posting again to say that I MADE THE FIREWOOD TOTE!! and it’s awesome! thank you!!! my other half will get it for xmas. cheers!

  4. Somer says:

    I have been wanting to learn to knit. So even though I came looking for ideas for my dad and husband, I might need the Fairy Tale Knits book for me.

  5. Jane says:

    wow! love the drivers cap, the men’s tie… so many of the ideas!

  6. always the hardest people on my list – thanks for the ideas!

  7. Katrina says:

    I really love the soap idea!

  8. Mel says:

    my dad is the WORST to buy for, maybe after this post he will be the best to gift for!!!

  9. Tish says:

    Love these!

  10. Southern Gal says:

    That tool belt would be perfect for my sons and husband. Love it.

  11. Ariane says:

    It is so hard to find stuff to make for our guys. Thanks for sharing these ideas. I think that tool apron is on my to do list.

  12. Jill Lock says:

    Never thought to sew a tie…fabulous idea.

  13. deborah says:

    awesome ideas – i love the gift tags!

  14. Mama Gwen says:

    Christmas Stollens are always an indispensable item on our Christmas shopping list. I’m really excited to try making one myself now! 🙂

  15. Wonderful ideas- fabulous projects!

  16. Carrie says:

    Great tie tutorial. I’d love to make one for my sweetie.

  17. KeriCan says:

    My dad needs a tool apron!

  18. marie beck says:

    my parents just got their fireplace, that wood tote is PERFECT!

  19. Squeaks says:

    Thanks for the inspiration!

  20. WandaFish says:

    The stollen looks so yummy I’ll have to try it 🙂

  21. Jasmeen says:

    Great ideas.

  22. Stacy says:

    Great ideas! Thanks for sharing!

  23. Betsy says:

    Thanks for the ideas. My dad is the hardest person to buy for!

  24. Catherine says:

    I want a tool belt for me! I best think of something else for the males…

  25. Jessica says:

    These are neat practical gifts for the men in our lives. Thanks!

  26. Ange Moore says:

    Those “Deer” Gift Tags would be prefect for Christmas! Thanks for sharing the ideas.

  27. wendy says:

    Ooooh, that cap!! My husband loves hats, as does his father. What a perfect gift!

  28. Rachel Locke says:

    Thanks for another day of great ideas.

  29. Great ideas – especially the firewood tote!

  30. Jen says:

    Have to say that any blog named “Puking Pastilles” has to be fun. 😉 That cap is great, and I think my gardening & fishing grandfather might—MIGHT—like that utility apron. Only in a really manly fabric, though…He’s a Navy man. 🙂

  31. Julia says:

    The firewood tote is a great idea!

  32. Suzanne says:

    Love those deer gift tags!

  33. Ashley says:

    The firewood carrier is too cool!

  34. Chasley says:

    It’s so hard to find things to make for men, so I love the ideas.

  35. Kimberly says:

    Men are so difficult….thanks!

  36. Anna says:

    Dads are so hard to choose presents for!! Even my daughter’s dad is difficult…!

  37. Jennifer says:

    I love the hat, and the tie is lovely (though my father-in-law is retired, dang it!)

  38. ~Helena~ says:

    The men in our lives what a challenge, these are great ideas. Thanks

  39. Melissa says:

    Great ideas! Thanks so much!

  40. Annabel says:

    My husband definitely needs an iphone navigaor holder- and to think, I never knew 😉 thanks for the links and the great ideas! bellgirlsblog [at] gmail [dot] com

  41. nilly says:

    the mens soaps look great!

  42. Colette says:

    my hubby would LOVE that firewood tote!

  43. Wow – those printable deer tags are the best!

  44. Shannon says:

    Oooh, Treasured Notions…. oooooh!

  45. elana says:

    a tie! how much fun is that?!

  46. Ana says:

    The deer gift tags are gorgeous!
    And today prizes are so cool!

  47. Cricket says:

    Mmmmm. Stollen. I’m a sucker for those Christmas breads.

  48. erin says:

    I love handmade home!!

  49. Love the firewood tote!

  50. Annie says:

    Such cute ideas! I’m crossing my fingers for any of those books, really, especially Treasured Notions, it looks gorgeous. 🙂

  51. VickiT says:

    I absolutely LOVE the golf clubs idea. What a great guy gift.

  52. Gina says:

    LOVE that tie!

  53. Kimberly N says:

    A fabric iPhone holder is way cooler than a plastic one!

  54. Mhairi says:

    Love the ipod holder and the wood carrier.

  55. Andrea Ryan says:


  56. Jennifer M says:

    Great ideas! 🙂

  57. Katherine says:

    Oh, the fireplace tote, I think my inlaws might really use that.

  58. Missie says:

    I love the firewood tote. I might have to make one for myself!

  59. kelli says:

    Okay, Dad…check. he’s now getting a driving cap. Brother-in-law…check. he’s getting those soaps! Ya’ll are surely helping me with my list, now I’ve just got to find the time to sew!

  60. kathyh says:

    Good ideas for the (difficult) guys.

  61. Leanna says:

    Thanks for the chance! So many great ideas!

  62. That firewood tote is very manly and totally cute. I love it.
    I’m all for knitted manly arm warmers this year in neutrals.

  63. Amanda says:

    I love the bold colors in that quilting book!

  64. katevet says:

    I love Handmade Home. It has super cool ideas.

  65. Celeste says:

    Okay, the men’s tie is awesome. I also love the soaps!

  66. Leigh Anne says:

    This is such a tough crowd – but some great ideas!

  67. Judi B says:

    Thanks for some good gift ideas in the man department.

  68. Audrey in Texas says:

    I’ll definitely be making the firewood tote. What a great gift idea!

  69. Amy C says:

    Love your lists! These are my favorite posts of this year – thank you!

  70. Laura J says:

    this is always the hardest set to shop for – thanks for all the great ideas!!

  71. Tracy says:

    the firewood tote is amazing! how clever!

  72. Woodbines says:

    love the ideas!

  73. Jennifer says:

    These are great ideas!

  74. Kim says:

    thanks as always for so many great ideas!

  75. Debra says:

    Love the fabric choices!

  76. Jen C. says:

    nice tie pattern

  77. Kathleen says:

    The driver’s cap and driver cover look really neat. Might have to give them a try…

  78. Courtney says:

    That tie pattern is great!

  79. lannywh says:

    Guys are the hardest to make presents for. Another great idea I had for the men in my life is to make them a rice sack. It is great for sore muscles and aches.

  80. Lisa says:

    Oooooh….love the looks of Fairytale Knits!

  81. Katie says:

    Love all these ideas! Thanks!

  82. It never occurred to me to make a firewood tote pretty! 😀

  83. Grace says:

    I just love that French General book — I have the first one and I had one vintage German roller towel, and I had such fun using it in those great projects!

  84. Kelli says:

    I love the look of Malka’s book!

  85. KatB says:

    Great ideas – thanks!

  86. annie says:

    Great list! Thanks!

  87. Cass says:

    Thanks for some great ideas. 🙂

  88. SofiAlgarvia says:

    My Dad would love the Golf Club Headcovers!

  89. Annwen says:

    Love the firewood tote! Awesome!

  90. Samurai Mom says:

    I love the firewood tote, but will my husband?

  91. Susie says:

    Been looking for a good tie pattern – thank you!!

  92. Judith says:

    Great navigation holder – thanks!

  93. Melissa says:

    Ooh! I like that firewood tote!

  94. bruinbr says:

    I don’t think my dh would appreciate the tool apron, but I think I may get some good use out of it for crafty endeavors! Great list of projects though!

  95. Crystal says:

    Yeah for gifts for guys!

  96. Sarahh B says:

    Thank you! I have always wanted to make a tie.

  97. Beth T says:

    The firewood holder would come in handy out here. I suppose there’s still time to add another project to my Christmas To Do list.

  98. Alexus1325 says:

    Ooooh, firewood tote! So manly! And the pic of the bbq aprons is just adorable 😀

  99. Dawn says:

    Wonderful tutorials again! Thank you!

  100. Dianne McLean says:

    I like to see a man tote the firewood in style!

  101. Mama24Monkeys says:

    fresh quilting is on my christmas list.
    kbsteuber at yahoo dot com

  102. BFree says:

    that firewood tote is pretty cool.

  103. Adrienne says:

    Thanks for these! Always the toughest people to make things for!

  104. Lizzie F. says:

    hooray for a Tie Pattern!! thanks a bunch!

  105. Michelle H says:

    that tie is pretty awesome!

  106. Lizzie says:

    Love the golf club covers for my Papa – the man who has everything!

  107. Laura says:

    These are great!

  108. alisha says:

    I was looking for something like the driver’s cap last year. I may have to add it back to the list of gifts this year. 🙂

  109. Meghan says:

    Great idea to include some gifts for the men in our lives – sometimes so hard to think of what to make them! Thanks for the ideas.

  110. Helena P says:

    Men are just the hardest to make things for… I have lots of ideas, thanks SMS.

  111. Saskia says:

    Tool belt – yeah!

  112. Olivia says:

    I really like the tie idea

  113. Cece says:

    I love the golf covers!

  114. Tiffany says:

    Just downloaded the tie pattern. I’m excited to try it out!

  115. Lots of great books today!

  116. wendy g says:

    men always love food:)

  117. wendyvee says:

    Never thought that I would try making a tie …. I just might now 🙂

  118. Erin D. says:

    I just want to thank you for all of these wonderful posts about gift ideas. They are so creative and helpful! And I love the look of this quilting book listed above…wow!

  119. Laura W. says:

    Cool stuff! Lots of awesome ideas!

  120. carol says:

    awesome ideas!!

  121. Becky says:

    This is such a hard group to figure out. Thanks for the great ideas.

  122. Elizabeth says:

    always so difficult – those men! thanks for the ideas…

  123. Ramona says:

    Just love the firewood tote. The tie pattern is great too.

  124. Ali says:

    Love the hat!!

  125. By far the hardest people to craft for…

  126. Jeannette says:

    Driver’s cap is cute! I’ll have to see if I can mod it for my 2yo. ;D

  127. kate c. says:

    Oooh la la! We just purchased iphones this week!

  128. Aubrey says:

    I’d love to win the Handmade home book. i’ve been wanting that one for a while…

  129. Jennifer says:

    Love the categories this year!
    All the books look great. Thanks to the generous donors!

  130. Tonya says:

    This year SewMamaSew has completely outdone themselves!! Another great set of gifts!

  131. Jill D says:

    I made my dad and bro ties once by just taking a part on old one and copying it.

  132. rusty taylor says:

    more great ideas! this is so much fun!

  133. Sarah says:

    yay for mens gift ideas!!! I have the hardest time figuring out what to get the men!

  134. GM says:

    The stollen sounds cool.

  135. Rochelle says:

    Very excited about the men’s tie! I have been wanting to try to make a tie for my husband.

  136. Lucie says:

    I love that cover for golf heads. Looks absolutely cool.
    Lucie (

  137. Mandy says:

    Forget men! I want the navigation holder for myself!

  138. Kristi says:

    More great ideas!

  139. Renae says:

    The fresh quilting book looks great! Thanks for the gift ideas!

  140. rebecca says:

    hat, tie, aprons–excellent!

  141. MJ says:

    There are going to be some very happy Dads & Grandpas out there after this list 🙂

  142. lindsay says:

    Can’t wait to make my hubby and ds matching ties! Thanks!

  143. Jen says:

    Great list of projects for men…which always seem to the toughest on my shopping/making list. Thanks!

  144. SheilaC says:

    Stollen!!! YUM!


  145. stacy says:

    i have literally been trying for so long to think of something to sew for my husband. these ideas are perfect. he golfs and wears ties. awesome.

  146. Alicia says:

    Dads and Grandpas are hard to buy for! The sneaky way is to make a mom & dad gift!

  147. Deidre says:

    The Fresh Quilting book looks particularly great! Thanks for the chance to win!

  148. Llamabean says:

    These are great ideas, love the log carrier and the tool belt.

  149. Anya says:

    The firewood tote looks great!

  150. Mary says:

    I made log carriers a few years back for my dad and BIL. They liked them!

  151. Amanda says:

    Love the tie fabric! That’s just elegant and fun how it turned out!

  152. maryellen says:

    These are terrific ideas. I love the log carrier and the stollen!

  153. BreannaS says:

    The christmas stollen looks wonderful

  154. Deanne says:

    Looking forward to baking the stollen.

  155. Tanis says:

    thanks…my dad is defintely my most difficult giftee =)
    i love the idea of the repurposing book, and the fresh quilts book looks fantastic too! great ideas!!

  156. Tracy L says:

    those gift tags are cute 🙂

  157. I can see my dad loving that Stollen!

  158. karen says:

    Love the tool apron 🙂

  159. Paula says:

    Love the Firewood Tote, great idea!

  160. I have always thought about making my husband a tie. Thanks for the great pattern 🙂

  161. Summer says:

    All the books look great!

  162. Andreia says:

    I love that men’s tie pattern! This is really a great giveaway!

  163. Cindy B. says:

    I would love any of these books!!
    Great choices

  164. Rebecca says:

    THANKS for the tie tutorial!!

  165. Deanna says:

    The tool pouch is a very helpful item, but I have discovered that men (at least my men) like them plain colored and deeper pockets. Sturdy is good for tools.

  166. Deb Cameron says:

    Now that is a tie! Love the pattern, looks like a nice tie, definitely going to give it a try.

  167. Debbie says:

    want to try the tie and apron! thanks for the guy ideas!!

  168. SewLindaAnn says:

    The soap idea is really cool and different.

  169. rebecca says:

    All love times two!

  170. Ing says:

    great tie!

  171. Janaina says:

    Great ideas and I love the tie pattern.

  172. Natacha says:

    Yes, I believe ties are a piece of men’s clothing that is most easily homemade.

  173. alcheme says:

    More projects to do!

  174. Malia says:

    Guys gifts are hard to find! Great list!

  175. Diane says:

    I’m thrilled with the Christmas stollen recipe. My Mom made this when I was growing up for years with my grandmother’s recipe which was VERY time consuming. I’m looking forward to trying a simpler recipe. Thank you!

  176. Cynthia I says:

    The Homemade Home and Fresh Quilting look amazing. Men are very hard to buy or craft for. He makes his own bow ties from old neck ties. As a result of this new skill he got is own sewing tackle box last year.

  177. Lauren says:

    Love the deer gift tags!

  178. Holly says:

    Totally love the firewood tote. My hubs would like that.

  179. Genevieve says:

    Oh what great ideas! Thanks!
    I’m hoping to win that Handmade Home book. It’s FAB!!


  180. Kirsten says:

    My husband is not a tie wearer, but I’d really like to make him a nice modern tie for when he does need to wear one. His are so outdated that they don’t look good when he does need one!!

  181. Ellu says:

    It’s nice that you help me with ideas for gifts for men, thanks very much!

  182. laura says:

    Thank you for all the inspiration!

  183. Joy says:

    Yay…some crafts I can do for my anti-“homemade” men friends!

    I’d love a chance to win the Fresh Quilting book!!

  184. Cortney says:

    I really like the firewood tote!

  185. Janet P says:

    I love looking at all the postings for Christmas ideas and there are plenty of good ones. Thanks for putting them together for us.

  186. EllaJac says:

    I love the deer gift tags!

  187. Sandy says:

    I’d love to get my hands on the fresh quilting book!

  188. Jennie says:

    Wood tote and tie, excellent!

  189. Elizabeth says:

    Sometimes sewing for men can be a challenge, but these are some really great ideas. Thanks!

  190. Kat says:

    The deer gift tag is the best printable I’ve seen yet!

  191. Louby Lou says:

    The menfolk in my family are notoriously hard to craft for! Thanks for the inspiration!

  192. Heather says:

    Love those little deer tags to print! Thanks for the link.

  193. Laurie Anne says:

    Count me in! Fabulous ideas~Dads are the bestest!

  194. Heather Bush says:

    These all look fantastic!

  195. Emily says:

    I’m looking forward to trying out the stollen recipe at our family Christmas breakfast; my mother grew up with this bread as an annual Christmas treat, but we’ve never quite replicated the bread she remembers from her childhood. Maybe this will be the one!

  196. Trillian says:

    I am intrigued by the Treasured Notions book. My huge button collection needs an outlet.

  197. Nicole Balazs says:

    oh good, i never know what to get for my dad (or my brother for that matter)

  198. thanks, it’s always hard to think of gifts for men, and that wood tote rocks!

  199. Betsy M says:

    Great ideas and love the gift tags. Perfect!

  200. such wonderful inspiration. thank you so much for all these great ideas.

  201. Andi says:

    I am definitely making that firewood tote! Men are so hard to make things for, thanks for the ideas!

  202. Nikki says:

    Great to see ideas for guys, soooo hard to buy or make for. Think I’ll be making ties for my dad and hubbie this year.

  203. DEBBI says:

    firewood tote, here i come

  204. Kayla says:

    Once again you have another great idea!

  205. Margaret says:

    Another great day of ideas, thanks for the chance to win.

  206. Mandy K Court says:

    Great ideas…as usual.

  207. Erin says:

    That firewood tote is an excellent idea, and a huge need around here! Just may be the useful gift my husband gets this year!

  208. Melissa B. says:

    All of those books look amazing! Would love to win!

  209. Mel says:

    My Dad actually enjoys new soaps more than anyone else in the family! I will be checking into this!

  210. Angela says:

    Great ideas for men… they are usually so difficult to buy for!

  211. Margaret says:

    Great ideas, of course!

  212. Jennifer says:

    I’ve been thinking about making the firewood carrier for a while now. Thanks for the reminder!

  213. Staci says:

    Love those aprons!

  214. jeni says:

    I was planning on a BBQ apron for a gift this year–love that vintage pattern!! And Christmas isn’t Christmas without stollen! 🙂

  215. Rachel says:

    I love the apron idea. My 6-year old son would be thrilled to have the same apron as his dad. And I wouldn’t mind having one of those cute books, too!

  216. Emily S says:

    Fun ideas!

  217. Stacy S. says:

    I like the tie and the soaps!

  218. Lorrie Orr says:

    What a fun and classy tie!

  219. Rachel L says:

    Fantastic ideas. Thank you! I love the vintage aprons.

  220. JenRichards says:

    Love the golf club idea! Thanks!

  221. kim says:

    going to try the stollen!

  222. Carly says:

    great prizes!

  223. Jennifer says:

    You know, I think a tie would be a perfect gift for my brother! I’ll have to find some off-beat, “cool” fabric.

  224. Julie Wolthuis says:

    The “Fresh Quilting” book looks like it has some great ideas!

  225. Hashi says:

    Those deer tags are darling.

  226. Patricia says:

    wow! This men’s tie came in a wonderful time. I’m so in need of a patern of a tie for my son….

    Thank you.

  227. Amy says:

    Making a tie for my husband was already on my to do list, so this is perfect! I also really like the firewood tote. Thanks!

  228. Jess says:

    I love the iPhone Nav pocket – what a great idea!

  229. Lauren says:

    Some really great ideas when I felt I was at a loss for what to give my father, father-in-law, and hubby for Christmas. Thanks again for some good ones!

  230. Carmen says:

    I love the book Fairy Tale Knits.

  231. Linnet says:

    I love the drivers hat idea. It reminds me of my Grandpa Joe.

  232. Morgan says:

    These are great mens ideas! Maybe time to foray into vinyl?

  233. Clara says:

    My dad loves Stollen. I may make him a loaf this year.

  234. Bailey says:

    The drivers cap is so cute

  235. susan mzf says:

    that tie is just great, it hadn’t occurred to me to make a tie, but why not?!?

  236. amber says:

    The iphone navigation holder is a genius idea!

  237. Angie says:

    Great ideas!

  238. Hannah says:

    so love the driving cap!

  239. Consuelo says:

    Thanks again for sharing so many wonderful ideas.

  240. Megan P. says:

    Thanks for the ideas!

  241. Nicole in VT says:

    I love the father/son aprons! I may have to make one for my FIL, DH, and DS one year. 🙂

  242. jkeall says:

    Thanks….I’ve been waiting for a man-themed idea list!!

  243. Veronica G. says:

    Tool Apron TIME!

  244. linda says:

    “Treasured Notions” has been on my wish list for some time. I am keeping my fingers crossed!

  245. Andrea Ryan says:

    cute cute cute

  246. Erika says:

    The fire wood tote is a great idea! Simple and useful – I´ll sew it! 🙂

  247. Rebecca says:

    Great gift ideas.

  248. mama lusco says:

    I need to make that tie and firewood tote. Thanks for more great ideas!

  249. Nicole says:

    Thanks for more good ideas!

  250. Kristin says:

    Those gift tags are fantastic!!

  251. Keri says:

    I think I’ll try the tie!

  252. Janelle says:

    Yeah! Finally something I could make for MY husband – the world’s most difficult to sew, crochet, or shop for man. I love the wood tote!

  253. Janet K says:

    I think father and son ties would be fun – thanks for the link!

  254. Claudia says:

    What a wonderful idea! Fabulous handmade gifts! And a giveaway as well…..I LOVE this!!!
    Kind regards from Germany sends

  255. Jennifer Cheek-Payan says:

    Ohhh I think my brother would like the hat! I’m going to make that for him this year!

  256. Kadybug says:

    Thank you for the tie tutorial! I really needed one for my guy.

  257. robyn says:

    Thanks again for the giveaway and ll the great ideas!

  258. Natalie says:

    The guys are always the toughest to get for! So these are some great ideas!

  259. Melissa says:

    I’ve been wanting to take a peek at the Fresh Quilting book. It’s great to have some ideas for the guys!

  260. sarah Bright says:

    I love the wood carrier! My dad, brother, and my hubby could all use one! Thanks for the idea!

  261. Tiffany says:

    The Father & Son Barbecue Aprons would be great gifts.

  262. Madeline says:

    Men are always the hardest! I am loving these ideas.

  263. Mary says:

    Love the tie and firewood holder, I will be making both of those this Christmas!!

  264. Myrnie says:

    Love the ideas!! My brother would flip over that cap 🙂

  265. Tabitha says:

    What great ideas!

  266. Megan says:

    Lovely. And so much fun!

  267. Shirley Clark says:

    That’s a neat idea for the iPhone holder. I love all of these ideas. Will save some for next year too.

  268. Shannon R. says:

    Great ideas and great books!

  269. Amber says:

    I love the tie pattern – thanks for sharing!

  270. Tanya says:

    I’d love to try the tie!

  271. Sherri S. says:

    So much goodness in one place! Thanks!

  272. Shelby Gentile says:

    I would LOVE a copy of Handmade Home!!

  273. Courtney says:

    I will definitely be making those ties in the future!

  274. Erin says:

    Oooh – the Fairytale Knits please!!!! 😉

  275. Robin E. says:

    More great tutorials. I know I’ll be using that tie pattern with some funky prints. My guys love funky ties.

  276. It’s definitely difficult to find good things to make for men – thanks for the great ideas!

  277. Kristine says:

    Cute ideas!

  278. Katie says:

    I should make a tie for my husband for Christmas.

  279. Tandarts says:

    Hmmm this post is very interesting. Can you tell me any related articles?

  280. Erin says:

    Love the wood tote!
    Want the books! 🙂

  281. Nikki Rainey says:

    I love the iphone holder. What a great idea.

  282. Jennifer says:

    I’m always looking for gifts for the dad who has everything!

  283. Anna says:

    Nice projects. Wishing the guys on my list would like one of those items. Though, I do know some girls…

  284. Elizabeth says:

    Sometimes I think you all are psychic! I was just this morning thinking about making husband a tie. Thank you!

  285. Jenn Lee says:

    Going to have to make some ties for my dad and husband!

  286. SaraD says:

    Love that Driver’s Cap pattern, I spent $50 on one for my husband last year!

  287. Shawna says:

    That hat is just the thing. Thank you!

  288. The iphone navigation holder is such a great idea! 🙂 Love the wood tote too.

  289. Jodanna says:

    Love the father and son aprons, very fun!

    Handmade Home is on my christmas list this year!

  290. washmom says:

    These gift tags are beautiful! Can’t wait to use them. thanks

  291. Shannon H says:

    These are great ideas for men!! Thank you!

  292. Kati says:

    That firewood tote makes me wish we had a wood fireplace instead of a gas fireplace… oh well. The tie is cute, too!

  293. gina says:

    I love the golf club covers! I need to make some for my husband!

  294. love the prizes!

  295. Stacy says:

    Very nice aprons.

  296. jessica says:

    The Treasured notions book looks so cool!

  297. Rachel says:

    Great tutorials! Great giveaways! Thanks!

  298. Anita says:

    And yet more good ideas!

  299. Katie says:

    awesome ideas!!! men are the hardest to figure out projects for! thanks!

  300. Mandi says:

    I was just looking for a BBQ apron for my father. How timely!

  301. Jennifer DeVries says:

    Cool tie!

    I am doing a no-sew fleece throw for my grandpa this year. I’m using fleece from his two favorite teams – one side will be the Tampa Bay Rays, and the other side will be the Tampa Bay Buccaneers! I think he’s going to love it!

  302. Cindi C says:

    Very cool guy ideas! That will help with my list. Thanks.

  303. Christy says:

    the great hat for my dad and the treasured notions for me please!

  304. Cherri says:

    Thank you for men’s ideas-love the cap!

  305. Lynn says:

    I love the firewood tote!

  306. Tammy says:

    Excellent men’s ideas, thank you! Especially like the cap, tie, and firewood tote!

    time’s a-ticking, must get sewing!

  307. Lisa F says:

    I LOVE the golf club cover idea. This is so unique and a great present idea for Dad.

  308. Vanessa says:

    I will for sure try the tie and the firewood tote!

  309. Louise says:

    The iphone holder is a great idea! I’ll have to make one for my husband…I always end up being the iphone holder when using the gps ;p

  310. marilyn podoll says:

    Great Guy Ideas.

  311. Wendy D. P. says:

    The phone navigation holder is so clever! Love to fun tie tutorial too!

  312. Kate says:

    The stollen looks so good. YUM!

  313. Barbara says:

    That tool apron is great – not only for Dads and Grandpas, I’d say! I bake Stollen for my family every year. We can’t imagine Christmas without it anymore!

  314. Lynda says:

    The navigation holder is a GREAT idea for my boyfriend for Christmas! Thanks!

  315. Cindy says:

    Great guy ideas and I love the deer tags!

  316. Jessica C says:

    I’ve been looking for something good for my grandfather!

  317. Danielle says:

    the tool apron would be great to use in the garden

  318. Heidi Anderson says:

    The firewood tote is perfect! Thanks again!

  319. Janelle says:

    Thanks for all the great ideas. Guy gifts are tough!

  320. Robyn says:

    Great Ideas!

  321. Judy R says:

    These a great ideas. I was thinking of making a wrench roll to contain his wrenches since he keeps them in a cardboard box.
    Love the quilting book!

  322. Kathy says:

    Love the tool apron. That’d be a great present for my 4 yr old!

  323. Limor says:

    The tool apron is such a great idea. My DH builds model cars and this would be perfect for all of hit little pliers, files, etc.

  324. Beth says:

    He’s the hardest person to shop/ make for isn’t he? Thanks for helping!

  325. Joke says:

    The barbecue apron is such a good idea! 🙂

  326. Michelle P says:

    Love those deer tags-adorable!

  327. Kate says:

    Great assortment of stuff! I may have to try making a tie at some point…

  328. Amber says:

    I’ve always wanted to make a tie.

  329. Becky says:

    The cap is great! I haven’t made any ties in years – a new pattern could convince me.

  330. Sarah Ketchem says:

    Great ideas. Dads are so hard to craft for.

  331. Annie says:

    good ideas, especially because guys are much harder to make things for than girls

  332. Ana V says:

    Thank you for posting this! I always have a hard time to come up with handmade items for the men in my life. I especially love that cap!

  333. Kathy H says:

    I’ve been wanting to make a tool apron for quite a while. Now I have a tutorial!! Thanks!

  334. Leesa says:

    I want to make everything for myself. Is that wrong? LOL

  335. Kelly says:

    love that firewood tote! i think i found a perfect gift for my dad (who’s impossible to buy for).

  336. Cindy says:

    honestly never thought of making a tie, excellent

  337. Cool! I have been looking for a good hat pattern for my husband. PERFECT! Thank you.

  338. Annie says:

    Ooh, the iPhone holder looks very useful! Thanks!

  339. Jen says:

    Awesome roundup!

  340. stacey says:

    great stuff! can’t wait to try the stollen bread!

  341. Jansie says:

    Just when I think there is no way I could hand make anything for Grandpa, you guys come through with the wood tote. It’s perfect!!

  342. Barbara says:

    Treasured Notions, come to Mama… 🙂

  343. Virginia says:

    Great ideas, thanks for sharing.

  344. Mel P says:

    I keep thinking about making a tie for my hubby – thanks for the link, maybe I’ll finally do it!

  345. Jennifer says:

    Every day I think you can’t do better. Every day, you do better. Nice job.

  346. Jill says:

    Love this giveaway, thanks for all the tutorials.

  347. Shara says:

    Crafting for the boys in my life is always a challenge. Thanks for the great ideas!

  348. Texana says:

    Thanks for some great gift ideas for the men in our lives!

  349. Sonya M says:

    LOVE the bbq aprons. Thanks for more great tutes!

  350. Sara says:

    I love the firewood tote. My dad is not a crafty kind of guy, and he really has no hobbies so he is terrible to shop for. BUT…he does have a wood burning stove in the garage and loves to chop firewood…what a great gift idea for him. THANKS!

  351. Rebecca says:

    Another great set of tutorials and giveaways. This is a great holiday run!

  352. Gina.S says:

    Liking the firewood tote! 🙂

  353. Stephanie S says:

    Men’s gifts are always so much more difficult to find patterns for. Thanks for these great ideas!

  354. Jennifer N says:

    Love the hat. I wish I knew somebody who would wear it. Thanks for all the great ideas.

  355. Alyssa says:

    I was hoping to find a man’s apron pattern/tutorial so this is perfect!! I plan to make my dad an apron & my husband! I may have to make that hat for my husband too, can’t resist a man in a hat (not a cap, a hat!).

  356. Christine says:

    I love the golf club covers…I might be willing to try working with vinyl for those. Also u would love a quilting book. I really love quilts but have yet to try my hand at it.

  357. Karen says:

    Wonderful ideas- as always!!

  358. 2hippos says:

    I like the cap. I think it’s more my brother’s style than my dad’s, but that works too 🙂

  359. Heather says:

    Cannot wait to make the tie. My husbands ties need some excitement. . . here it comes 🙂

  360. Thanks for these ideas! I’m going to definitely try the firewood carrier for my dad!

    The books look FABULOUS! 🙂

  361. rubygal says:

    Those deer tags are adorable!

  362. Lynn says:

    Those vintage aprons are cute.

  363. Chrissy says:

    I love that cap! I’m not my husband would wear it, but my son sure will!

  364. Rita says:

    what a great crop of books, I’ll take any of them!

  365. Christy says:

    I have a little guy that I’m going to have to scale down that hat for. Great ideas!

  366. Alex says:

    I really want Malka’s book! And that Wah Modern fabric is my fave!

  367. Elizabeth says:

    Those father/son aprons are hi-larious…I love vintage patterns!

  368. kate C. says:

    I love these ideas! Thanks!

  369. Kristin H says:

    The fairy tale knits book looks so cute!

  370. Kristen says:

    The iPhone holder is great, it is illegal to use your cell phone will driving in Saskatchewan so its great to have a holder for it!

  371. Rochelle says:

    Just bookmarked those cute deer gift tags!

  372. Heather says:

    I don’t want this to end!! love all the ideas.

  373. Kimberly says:

    I’m glad to know about the iPhone holder for myself!

  374. Renate says:

    Great ideas!

  375. nancymoo says:

    Yay – this is always the hardest category for me! I love the hat and tie, but I’m having trouble with the link to the tie tutorial… 🙁

  376. Amy H says:

    so fun! so many ideas.

  377. Shannon says:

    Great ideas!

  378. Holly U says:

    Now I have yet another reason to wish we had a wood-burning fireplace. What a great tote!

  379. Blossom says:

    It is hard to find things to make for men, but those are all great!

  380. Debra says:

    Great tutorials!! Guys are hard to make or buy for so these are very helpful.

  381. elizabeth s. says:

    Those golf club covers would be great for my MIL, actually. Thanks for the great ideas.

  382. Love the bright colors on the Fresh Quilting book!

  383. anna dorothy says:

    someday i’ll make a tie….

  384. Theresa says:

    Oh I love those gift tags! The driver’s cap pattern is nice as well–need to make a dark brown one for my husband.

  385. Susanne says:

    I’ve never sewn with vinyl, but I’d love to try those golf head covers!

  386. Amy says:

    I love the tool apron, it’s exactly what I’ve been looking for!

  387. Timmi says:

    I can’t see any of the men in my life accepting these gifts with a smile…hmm…

  388. Tammy says:

    Those are fun projects. I don’t think any of them would do for my dad or grandpa though. They’re kind of hard to buy for/make for.

  389. Melissa says:

    I’d never thought of making a tie before! Thanks for the chance to win one of the books 🙂

  390. Shira says:

    nice tie 🙂

  391. Greeblygreebly says:

    The firewood tote looks handy and those father/son bbq aprons are sure cute! Thanks for the link, looks like lots of good stuff on Tipnut!

  392. Naomi says:

    can’t wait to try the cap!

  393. Bethany says:

    I usually buy a tie for my dad for Christmas, but I may have to try that tutorial this year!

  394. Tong says:

    awesome ideas! i know my dad would love the Golf Club Headcovers!

  395. Tabitha says:

    I really want to make my dad’s Christmas gift this year, but it is so difficult to come up with something handmade that he would like. I wish I could say that one of the ideas above is perfect, but they aren’t. He’s just difficult! Those are some cute, manly things though:)

  396. April says:

    I will definitely be using that tie pattern at some point. Thank you!

  397. bess says:

    thanks for the tie link!!!!

  398. Heather S says:

    The firewood tote and tool apron are both great ideas! It’s always such a challenge to find something to make for dad. I so want Handmade Home. Maybe today is the day!

  399. dorothy says:

    We need the firewood tote, and I might order some of the men’s soap for my guy. Thanks for all of the great links!

  400. Tawny Bee says:

    That firewood Tote is an awesome idea for Grandpa. He was busy explaining all the intricacies of chopping wood just the other day. 😛 It’ll be the perfect thing!

  401. Krystina says:

    Very cute ideas. Oooo and I’ve been wanting to buy Handmade Home so here’s hoping I win!

  402. Julia says:

    I have Dad’s & grandpas! 🙂 My husband has been asking me to make him an apron for a year or so….maybe I should do that!

  403. Sara P. says:

    I would love any of these books- and so thankful for the fresh ideas for my hubs.

  404. Love the tool apron! I can’t wait to make a couple for holiday gifts!

  405. brittany says:

    love the vintage aprons!

  406. Julie says:

    I love dads in my life and will be making them something special!

  407. Tierney Barden says:

    Can’t wait to break out some silk from my stash, silkscreen it, then sew Puking Pastille’s handsome tie for my handsome hubby!
    So cool – thank you!

  408. Marie says:

    The tool apron is great!

  409. Laura says:

    Pretty sure I want to make all of these!

  410. LMarie says:

    I love color! But I’m never quite sure how to use it appropriately…this book looks great!

  411. Jessica says:

    Men are always the hardest to shop and make for!!

  412. trina says:

    Ohhhh….must make ties!

  413. patricia says:

    The father son bar-b-q aprons are such a great idea. Thank ou so much for these tutorials!

  414. Kristy says:

    love the firewood tote!

  415. Ida says:

    I love the gift ideas and one of the books would be so handy for me this Christmas!

  416. Heather Ellifritz says:

    Love all ur ideas! I cannot wait to make these!!!

  417. Nicole says:

    Very nice! I might have to adapt the tie pattern for little boys and make Daddy and his boys matching ones!

  418. Alexis says:

    Great ideas, I love the aprons.

  419. christine says:

    I know this one is for the guys, but I could really use the firewood tote for myself. Is that ok to say Merry Christmas to me?

  420. jeanne reynen says:

    I really like the tie!

  421. Patty says:

    Great ideas! Love the ipod navigation sleeve.

  422. I like the BBQ aprons! 🙂

  423. Rebecca says:

    Hmm, the log carrier might just be perfect for my dad (and my pocket book). Now must secretly find out if his new house has a fireplace!

  424. I love these books!!!

  425. Michele says:

    I’m excited to see a tie pattern – thanks!

  426. I lov eyou guys

  427. Cara says:

    I definitely need to make a few of those tool aprons!

  428. janimal says:

    You have such great giveaways! I like the ipod navi holder for the car – great idea.

  429. Megan says:

    Great ideas! Men in my family are always the most difficult.

  430. Susan C. says:

    Another great list!

  431. Kathy H says:

    Thanks for the ideas for men’s gifts. They seem to be so much harder than finding something to make for a woman.

  432. Deidra says:

    You are right. The men in our life are hard to sew for. Thanks for the ideas.

  433. Heidi says:

    good collection of dad things

  434. Melissa says:

    love the fairy tale knits book!

  435. Sophia Patterson says:

    The deer tags are perfect for my two hunters.

  436. ChrissyB says:

    Those deer gift tags are beautiful and perfect for my guys. And I’ve downloaded the pattern for the golf club headcovers for my hubby and brother. Thanks so much.

  437. Sharon T. says:

    I think my brother could use some ties to wear to his new job. Thanks for another day of great gift ideas and giveaways!

  438. Kathy G. says:

    Beautiful ideas! Thank you.

  439. Martha says:

    Is it wrong that I just want most of this stuff for myself?

  440. Kayci N. says:

    A firewood tote might be just the thing my father-in-law needs this Christmas.

  441. Lauranie says:

    Guys are always sooo hard!! Thanks for all of the great ideas!!

  442. sarahj says:

    I love the firewood tote – just the thing for my Dad. Thank you

  443. Rachel says:

    I would like to make a tie for Christmas for some fellows, but have been scared to. Maybe I’ll be brave enough to follow that tutorial though!

  444. Cari says:

    The driver’s cap is fun!

  445. Charlotte says:

    Hmm… Every year it’s the same. What to give to the male members of the family who claim to have everything. They’re so lucky, though, aren’t they? Women never tend to have enough.

  446. Amy Schroeder says:

    That tie is awesome!

  447. My husband may be getting a new handmade tie for Christmas!

  448. monica says:

    Love the Tipnut blog! Thanks again for the fun ideas!

  449. Brooke says:

    Thanks for the great ideas.

  450. Sonja says:

    Wow, I´m first!
    I really like the soap!

  451. stephanie says:

    love the fairy tale knits book!

  452. Liz Taylor says:

    That “Fresh Quilting” book looks awesome! I hope I win it!

  453. Andrea says:

    Oooh… that fresh quilting book … the sewing machine cover on the front looks awesome!

  454. Love the wood tote – very smart idea!

  455. Debbie says:

    It is always great to have some crafty ideas for all of my brothers and nephews!

  456. Kati says:

    My son is getting his first set of golf clubs for Christmas…might have to make him some covers! Thanks!

  457. johanna says:

    Love the gift tags!

  458. Carmen says:

    Great ideas for the guys!

  459. Dani says:

    The Christmas Stollen bread recipe looks delicious!

  460. Tez says:

    The firewood tote is a great idea, I’m wishing I’d had one as a kid, hauling wood was my LEAST favourite chore!

  461. MamaBee says:

    More great ideas! Thank you!!!

  462. Donna B. says:

    Cute tie 🙂

  463. beverly says:

    Great ideas! Thanks!

  464. Connie Jagolinzer says:

    The tie and iphone navigation holder both look like interesting projects for me. I look forward to giving them a try. Thanks for the tutorials!

  465. Mary Lou says:

    I wouldn’t mind winning the Fresh Quilting book. 🙂

  466. erikam says:

    Great ideas!

  467. Jeanne S says:

    It’s always a stretch to think of gift ideas for guys, but these are some great ideas. I had never thought of making a log carrier out of an attractive fabric, but that’s a great idea.

  468. Morgan says:

    Great project ideas — I really appreciate finding so many wonderful ideas in one place!

  469. Chantal says:

    The firewood tote is going on my to-do list for sure!

  470. Camille says:

    Ooh… I’d love to win Handmade Home!

  471. Carla says:

    The cap is awesome!!

  472. Paige says:

    More awesome stuff – I’m especially loving the deer gift tags.

  473. Sara K. says:

    What great ideas!

  474. Cayce says:

    *drool* Christmas Stollen. I’ve never made it myself before but since I’m no longer near my favorite bakery… thanks!

  475. Suzanne says:

    I have so many craft tabs open in my browser that I need to brew more coffee to get through all your links! Lucky me!

  476. Cherie says:

    Thanks for the Men’s Tie tutorial!

  477. Brigette says:

    I like the firewood tote!

  478. Bethany says:

    I love the men’s tie tutorial. My husband wants me to make some ties that match his shirts better than the ones I have bought for him!

  479. Kimberly says:

    I am so excited about making that driver’s cap!

  480. Emily says:

    Thanks for the ideas! I now have a clue on what to make my husband 🙂

  481. Lina says:

    That tie is really snazzy but, alas, I don’t have any men in my life who wear ties.

  482. D'Lane says:

    Wow! Another great list of gifts!

  483. Michelle says:

    Thanks for the ideas.

  484. Amy says:

    Great ideas!

  485. Emily V says:

    The tie looks great! My husband would absolutely wear that. If I found awesome fabric like that…

  486. desiree says:

    I love the firewood tote.

  487. Gali says:

    the books look amazing.

  488. Lynn says:

    Great ideas! Wood tote and driver’s cap are going on my list!

  489. Anya says:

    Great ideas! Thanks!

  490. Sara says:

    Love the Fresh Quilting book—it looks very appealing!

  491. Melissa says:

    The golf club headcovers are a great idea- thanks!

  492. Jill says:

    I love the idea of the firewood Tote. My Dad could really use one of these.

  493. kelly jo says:

    Cute ideas – I might be making the firewood tote for my hubby!

  494. Francoise says:

    Love the tie!

  495. virginia says:

    love the firewood holder. We need a new one too!

  496. Julia says:

    Fresh Quilting looks like a great book!

  497. Kristin says:

    Very nice guy stuff…always a chalange!

  498. Melanie T says:

    I would love any of these books. Such great choices!

  499. Carole Ann says:

    Thanks for the ideas – dads are always the hardest!

  500. Michelle says:

    Great ideas! Why is crafting for men so hard???

  501. Elizabeth says:

    Great projects! It’s always so hard to sew for the guys…

  502. Louise says:

    Very easy to forget the guys when we’re making goodies, thanks for the ideas

  503. BrendaDe says:

    love the ideas. This group is always the hardest for me to come up with ideas for.

  504. Ima says:

    I love the firewood tote. Such a great idea.

  505. Gill says:

    This is the group I’ve been waiting for!

  506. What gorgeous goodies.. I’m in!

  507. Sandra says:

    Once again, you’ve outdone yourself! Another collection of great ideas, not just for Christmas, but for Father’s Day, birthdays, anniversaries. Thanks! Would love to win one of these books today.

  508. Marsel says:

    Oh, I would LOVE to have Fairy Tale Knits while my kids are still young enough to be fascinated by the pieces in there!!!

  509. Sarah says:

    MMMMMMMM, Stollen! Perfect gift for my German dad.

  510. I want that Fresh Quilting book. Great ideas for men!

  511. Julie says:

    I am fairly new to the blog and I am really enjoying the Hand Made series. More options than I know what to do with. Thanks!

  512. Sonja says:

    Another day of great projects!

  513. Hannah says:

    I never really thought of making a tie before, but that tutorial has got me thinking!

  514. Hilary says:

    love the vintage pattern.

  515. Rachael says:

    I think all of the men in my life will get homemade ties this year!

  516. Kimberly says:

    Thank you for nice ideas for the men in our lives.

  517. Jennifer says:

    Men are a tough audience for homemade gifts – but these ideas are great. I will definitely be making a tie for my dad this Christmas – thanks!

  518. Jill says:

    So helpful! Guys are so tough!

  519. Suzie says:

    Oooo – I recon my boyfriend might be getting one of those handmade ties!!! Would be fun to give that tutorial a go – thanks for the great links!

  520. Tara H. says:

    Stollen is one of my favorite Christmas foods!

  521. Great ideas! I gonna make the golf covers for me!

  522. Becky says:

    Great ideas!

  523. Chris says:

    I love the books you are giveing away! thanks for the chance

  524. Colleen says:

    Love the soap for men and the books! thanks for the great ideas

  525. Terri says:

    Love the driver’s cap!!! I want one too!!! : )

  526. Valerie says:

    I had never thought of some of these ideas! Thanks!

  527. I’ve always wanted to make Stollen! It’s wonderful that you’re including so many different ‘craft’ ideas!!!
    Thanks so much,

  528. Jennifer says:

    Love the apron idea!

  529. Jill B says:

    Such great ideas.

  530. Jenny says:

    i absolutely want to try a tie!

  531. Heidi says:

    yippee for dads!

  532. wendy says:

    Yet another fab selection of books for us to win! Count me in.

  533. lili says:

    A firewood tote! What a great idea!

  534. diplodoc says:

    Good ideas!

  535. I was looking for such a Golf Headcover Tutorial – thank you!

  536. Alice S says:

    Great job diging up gifts for Dads and Grandpas. They are the very hardest to make items for.

  537. cate says:

    that’s it! i’m saved!!! i’m making my other half the log carrier!! THANK YOU!!!

  538. Kerstin says:

    Men’s gifts are always the hardest to get right. I’d love to try my hand at a tie someday!

  539. Sarah McGrath says:

    An inspiration as always!

  540. melissa says:

    Great tutorials for the men – definitely the hardest to make something for.

  541. Louana says:

    I love the look of that firewood tote!

  542. Leah says:

    some great ideas

  543. Silvia says:

    These Deer Gift Tags are wonderful!! Love them!!

  544. Jen B says:

    The driver’s cap just made my list for Christmas gifts!

  545. caroline k says:

    thanks for the chance to win!

  546. Laura says:

    Love the deer printables! They will go really well with my nordic wrapping theme this year, thankyou! Oh and the tool belt is pretty cool too, although I think my mom would like it more than my dad to hold all her crafting bits in!

  547. Maria says:

    Hope to make him some ties for Christmas as he has ‘borrowed’ all my silk ties purchased to make a quilt. He likes wearing a different tie every day. Thanks for the great idea.

  548. Morgan O. says:

    The boys are always the hardest people on my list – this is perfect. Thank you!

  549. Natalie says:

    Stollen is my husband’s absolute favourite so I think I’ll have to give that a try 🙂

  550. Lisa says:

    Great ideas. Love the tie pattern.

  551. JJ says:

    Ok, I’d literally sell my firstborn for a copy of Fairytale Knits – well perhaps that would be silly considering most of the things I’d knit from it would be for her (plus I’d have to steal her back because I love her too much *grin*)

  552. Cynthia says:

    That firewood tote is a great idea! Very handy.

  553. Serena says:

    A man in a Driver’s Cap looks sharp. I am so excited about that pattern.

  554. Penny says:

    Love the navigation holder. Thanks

  555. Jocelyn says:

    Thank you!!!! I’ve been waiting for some ideas for men, and these do NOT disappoint. I just might be done tracking down ideas for Christmas. Squeee!

  556. I haven’t went to sleep, but I decided to check, and I’m so happy to find this post before going to bed.

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